Date Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Time 4:45 pm
Location Allen Memorial Art Building, Classroom 1

87 N. Main St.
Oberlin, OH 44074

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Cost Free to the public

Brendan Baylor is an interdisciplinary artist exploring the political ecology of place. He blends research and art in drawings, prints, installation, and digital media.

In "Lanscapes of Power," Baylor will be talking about recent projects focusing on the interface between extractive industry, settler colonialism, and white supremacy across the upper Midwest and East Coast.

Baylor is currently an assistant professor of art and head of the Print Media area at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. He shows nationally and internationally, with work recently shown at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, the Devos Art Museum, and the CONA Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia, among others.

This event is presented with support from the Ellen Johnson Endowment for Contemporary Art.

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Corinne Teed

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